The Nexus 6 is the right size, the right price, and the right move for the Android platform.
The new Google Play Games lets players challenge one another if they're in the same room.
With the Note 4, it feels like Samsung took every little comment stuffed into its cobweb-covered suggestion box and actually listened to what its users want.
In a one-on-one Greenbot interview, HTC's VP of Product Planning tells us "50 percent smartphones and 50 percent other connected devices" might be in the roadmap.
The company finally announces a flagship for a carrier other than T-Mobile.
The brains behind FireChat talks about how hard he's trying "not to f*** this up."
These aren't Android devices—they're camera devices.
Analysts weigh in on the hype surrounding The Information's report that Cyanogen will continue to go solo.
It's like Google's designers are just pushing out updates until they like what they see.
Tuck your phone away and use your cool new watch to shuffle through a playlist.
With its no-frills interface and stylish enough chassis, you might as well buy one just to keep in the closet for emergencies.
Hopefully this means we’ll see a working version of Google’s “LEGO phone” sooner than later.
It's Motorola's best Android phone yet, and it's chock full of neat features you'll want to set up ASAP.
It's an affordable, tiny little device that offers a surprising variety of uses.
The carriers all offer the Note 4 for pre-order, but they all offer it at a different price.
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